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Hi folks !
most of my programmer friends have got bulging bellies. im 23 and my waist is 36 , im wondering what will happen after 10 years :roll:
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by the way im measuring in inches !
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i'll be 49 in a few days and i wear size 32 pants...good thing for belts too
 
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I am 26 and I wear size 30 pants...I am a programmer too ... but I used to wear size 38 some 6 years back ... have been wearing size 30 for the past 4 years.
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[ June 21, 2002: Message edited by: Shyam Gururaj ]
 
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ME 26........and have been alternating between size 30 and 32 for the past 6 years.
 
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any female here ...
 
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me 33, size 26,comp.prof.female
Beksy
 
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Svelte size 40 here!
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you really are a bear are'nt you?
 
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Originally posted by Beksy Kurian:
me 33, size 26,comp.prof.female
Beksy


wow .. you have maintained figure till now ..
must have gotta over all good figure too
 
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Originally posted by Ravish Kumar:

wow .. you have maintained figure till now ..
must have gotta over all good figure too

Ravish, get your mind out of the gutter. You probably want JavaRaunch.com for those types of thoughts.
 
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I am trying a lot but .... damn I am not able to come out of it ... You are pulling my leg
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27 and waist is 32, damn i wish i could pick up a few kilos, not much tho , hehe
 
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Originally posted by Taariq Levack:
27 and waist is 32, damn i wish i could pick up a few kilos, not much tho , hehe


You can have some of mine
I'm 36 with a 36 waist - I could stand to lose about 20 - 30 pounds. Hopefully I an find the time to start running again when school is out.
 
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you really are a bear are'nt you?


You bet -- and fairly furry too. (And usually bearded, but sporting a biker 'stach for the summer).
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Originally posted by Dave Vick:

You can have some of mine
I'm 36 with a 36 waist - I could stand to lose about 20 - 30 pounds.


sounds like a fair trade, 20 - 30 pounds more would be perfect.
i'll meet you at the local lipocenter for the transfer
 
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not the same as in university but I can still see my toes!
 
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31 years, 27 inches.
 
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Age 26, Waist 32 (was, is and determined to keep it steady)
 
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34, waist is 35 after meals and 34 before meals
 
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